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Problem with second hand

My watch seems to be keeping time fine. I can not find the directions to it and the second hand does not move. Is this a setting or a mechanical problem? Thanks for any help. The battery was just replaced as well. Thanks again. Kyle

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Keep in mind the second hand is NOT the big red hand. It's the little tiny hand in the circle on the far left of the watch face. The right hand is the home city hand and is NOT intended to move unless you are selecting a city by holding down one of the city selection buttons.

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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I need to know what type of oakley is this .. i mean what model .. because they have different specifications..

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